Edited by DAVID E. GOLDMAN, Captain, Medical Service Corps, United States Navy "Those scientists of the prewar and World War II era who played such a large role in shaping the research effort at the Naval Medical Research Institute are being replaced by a younger generation which looks to the future. Since the value of a research institution can only be measured by its past record, the reputation it has established, and the contributions it has made, it has seemed worthwhile to have some... Topic: Naval Medical Research Institute
The Naval Medical Research Institute was established in October 1942 and was developed during World War II to its present size and scope of research. It is the largest activity for medical research in the Navy, the plant value of the establishment being $2,560,134.00. On its 85,000 square feet of floor space there are more than 100 laboratories. They are designed for research in chemistry, biophysics, physiology, psychology, bacteriology, virology, parasitology, pathology, pharmacology, and for... Topic: Naval Medical Research Institute
"Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education is sailing full speed ahead nationally as Navy laboratories, including the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC), participate in the program and are committed to the improvement of STEM over the next decade." Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, STEM
N-1526-14-0041 Scrubbing In, brought to you by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, takes you around Navy Medicine to show who we are and what we do. In this episode, host Paul Ross travels to the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) in Silver Spring, Maryland to learn how the Infectious Disease Directorate protects warfighters. Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, malaria
byUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Health
Record is based on bibliographic data in CIS US Congressional Committee Hearings Index. Reuse except for individual research requires license from Congressional Information Service, Inc Topics: Federal aid to medical research, Dentistry
Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 10, No. 1, 4 July 1947 Anticoagulants in Heart Infarction .... 2 Therapy with Microwaves ("Radar").. .. 6 A Reservoir of Rickettsialpox .......... 13 Intervertebral Disc Pathology .......... 14 Carbon Tetrachloride Poisoning ....... 1 5 Peritoneal Irrigation & Methanol by W. S. Blakemore et al. ...... 18 Study on Methanol Toxicity by C. H. Hine et al. .............. 18 Method for Methanol Estimations by C. H. Hine et al. ......... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Naval Medical Research Institute
byRockefeller Institute for Medical Research; Royal College of Surgeons of England
This material has been provided by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The original may be consulted at The Royal College of Surgeons of England Topics: Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Hospitals, Laboratories
byU.S. Navy. Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
NAMRL PRESENTS AT ASMA CONFERENCE NAMRL RESEARCHER EDUCATES JOINT SERVICE MEDICAL PROVIDERS OPERATIONAL STRESS AND RESILIENCE PROGRAM USING EXPERT RATINGS TO MODEL TRAINING TRANSFER FROM SIMULATION-BASED TRAINERS COMMANDER’S CORNER Topics: aviation medicine, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
OPNAV notice 5450 Ser 09B22/8U509407 Disestablishment of Naval Medical Research and Development Command (NAVMEDRSCHDEVCOM), Bethesda, MD and Change in Delegation of Authority for NAVMEDRSCHDEVCOM Subordinate Activities and Detachments Topics: Naval Medical Research and Development Command, NMRDC
Dr. Gary Gilkeson of the Medical University of South Carolina has received a research grant from the Lupus Foundation of America to study human mesenchymal stem cells as a potential therapy for lupus. In this podcast, Dr. Gilkeson discusses his research project and the potential benefits of this therapy. Topics: lupus, SLE, medical research, stem cell, therapy
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 12, No. 1, 2 July 1948 Aminopterin in Acute Leukemia ..... 2 Benadryl & Pyribenzamine Toxicity .... 7 Penicillin in Actinomycosis ............. 9 Chemotherapy in Bowel Healing ..... 11 Treatment of Obesity ................... 13 Diuretics and Sudden Death .......... 16 The Thymol Turbidity Test ....... ... 19 Weltmann Serum Coagulation Study ... 22 Bedbug Resistance to DDT Residual by M.S. Johnson, Lieut. Comdr., MSC, USNR and A. J.... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Naval Medical Research Institute
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 12, No. 9, 22 October 1948 Re Minimal Pulmonary Tuberculosis .. 2 The Adrenals & Radiation Sickness .... 4 Gold Distribution After Therapy ........ 6 Physiology of Fecal Continence ......... 9 Fly Control & Diarrheal Diseases ... 11 Aerosol Generator & Insect Control by R. Crowe, HMC, Epidemiology and Sanitation Technician, USN. ... 13 Concerning Rh Factors ................... 17 The Tissues &Total-Body Radiation ..... 18... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Naval Medical Research Laboratory
By Dr. Eileen Villasante, Head, Malaria Department, and Capt. Judith Epstein, Clinical Director, Malaria Department, Naval Medical Research Center Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, malaria, vaccination, immunization
byU.S. Navy. Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
NAMRL HOSTS INAUGURAL RESEARCH SHOWCASE BRAC UPDATE VECTION THRESHOLDS RELATE TO COLOR CONTRAST ASSESSING AIRCREW READINESS TO FLY COMMANDER’S CORNER Topics: aviation medicine, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
Ebola is a deadly disease. Navy Medicine is actively working with the CDC to ensure steps are being taken to contain, control and prevent this disease in the U.S. and around the globe. With VADM Matthew Nathan, Surgeon General of the Navy and CDR James Lawler. Topics: ebola, Africa, Naval Medical Research Center
byU.S.Navy. Naval Medical Research and Development Command
Naval Medical Research and Development Command 1988 Command History. NMRDC has the responsibility for the management support, review, and oversight of a worldwide laboratory network conducting a diverse program of Navy medical research and development. Topics: Naval Medical Research and Development Command, NMRDC
bySmee, A. Hutchison (Alfred Hutchison), 1845-1901; Royal College of Physicians of London
This material has been provided by Royal College of Physicians, London. The original may be consulted at Royal College of Physicians, London Topics: Physiological Chemistry, Statistics, Medicine, Medical Research, Epidemiology
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 16, No. 9, 17 November 1950 Chemical Warfare Problems ......... 2 Artificial Respiration ................... 5 Amputation in Vascular Disease .... 10 Intramedullary Nail Designs ......... 13 Osteochondritis of the Spine ......... 14 Amniotic Fluid Embollsm ............ 16 Intravenous Quinidine .................. 16 Oxygen in Bundle Branch Block ..... 18 Chlorophyll, a Colostomy Aid ....... 19 Irreducible Intussusception .......... 20... Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Naval Medical Research Institute
The police chief in Palo Alto CA wants Tasers. The City Council appointed a task force to advise the Council. On March 27, 2007 Jeffrey Ho, M.D. and consultant for Taser Intl., presented to the task force the findings of his research on the effects of Taser on resting adults. Topics: tasers, medical research, palo alto, police
Scrubbing In, brought to you by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, takes you around Navy Medicine to show who we are and what we do. In this episode, host Paul Ross travels to the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) in Silver Spring, Maryland to learn how the Infectious Disease Directorate harvests mosquitos for malaria research. (Produced by U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Visual Information Directorate, published March 16, 2015). Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, malaria, vaccination
Secretary of the Navy Raymond Mabus Christens NAMRU-6 Commanding Officer’s Message Engineering Next Generation DNA Vaccines for Novel Pathogens Note from Kandahar - Director of Surgical Services, Navy Role 3 MMU NAMRU-6 Helps Train Peruvian Epidemiology Researchers Peruvian Navy Surgeon General Visits Naval Medical Research Center NMRC Enterics Diseases Department Hosts Campylobacter Seminar NAMRU-3 Gives Back to the Local Community in Cairo Joint NMRC/WRAIR Team Excels in 2010 Wilderness... Topics: NAMRU-6, Afghanistan war, NAMRU-3, Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory (NSMRL), Naval...
* Navy Researchers Study Urogenital Health in Deployed Service Members * Navy Medicine Researchers Develop Targeted Research Agenda for Health of Service Women * Tissue Regeneration Research Presented by Navy Scientist at MHSRS * NMRC Researcher Recipient of MHSRS Team Award for Outstanding Research * NMRC Scientist Researches Humanized Lab Model to Understand and Protect Against Dengue Virus * Scientist from NMSRL Awarded for Outstanding Research * Navy Medicine Researchers Find Risk of... Topics: dengue, NAMRU-D, NAMRU-SA, Naval Medical Research Center, Naval Submarine Medical Research...
Navy Medicine Leadership Hosts the First R&D Symposium Awards Presented at the Biomedical and Dental R&D Symposium Navy R&D Labs work with MTF CIP programs San Antonio Navy Week Opens Door to Opportunities for Students NHRC Change of Command Commanding Officer’s Message Toxicology Experts Host Special Session at Public Health Conference NMRC’s Commanding Officer Visits Navy Medicine Labs in Peru Smoking To Be Extinguished On Submarines Navy SG Talks about R&D at the... Topics: Naval Medical Research Center Detachment (NMRCD) – Peru, Malaria Vaccine, Angela Prouty, Naval...
Seventy Years of Naval Aeromedical Research Excellence Moves to Ohio Commanding Officer’s Message Navy’s Cairo Laboratory Co-Hosts Training in Amman, Jordan Navy Scientists Participate at Aerospace Medical Association Meeting Rickettsial Research – Fighting the Bite of Fleas, Lice, Mites and Ticks NMRC Works on Rickettsial Solutions with Private Industry STEM Education Efforts at NMRC Conclude on a High Note NMRC Welcomes Capt. John Sanders Submarine Lab Bids Farewell to Scientist after... Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL), NAMRU-3, Naval...
From Capt. Judith Epstein, malaria vaccine development program, Naval Medical Research Center. "A highly effective vaccine to prevent malaria is a priority for Navy Medicine. The malaria vaccine research team at the Naval Medical Research Center, working with collaborators, has made progress on a vaccine to prevent malaria infection. We were involved in a human clinical trial of a novel malaria vaccine which was conducted at the Vaccine Research Center at NIAID (National Institutes of... Topics: Navy Medicine Live Blog, Naval Medical Research Center, malaria, vaccination